Landfills are being turned into scenic golf courses

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Granite Links Golf Club at Quarry Hills.
2 of 5 Rob Perry
GET YOUR FILL Four more former landfills that morphed from dumps into dandies The Golf Club at Newcastle (Coal Creek Course) Newcastle, Wash. Hilly terrain and Seattle skyline views highlight this 7,024-yard Bob Cupp/Fred Couples design. Greens fee: $110-$160 Contact: 425-793-5566, newcastlegolf.com
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Industry Hills Golf Club (Eisenhower Course) City of Industry, Calif. Elevation changes and undulating greens make the Ike one of L.A.'s toughest tracks. Greens fee: $85-$119 Contact: 626-810-4653, ihgolfclub.com
4 of 5 Chris John
Harborside International (Port Course) Chicago, Ill. This breeze-fueled faux links boasts fescue-topped mounds and Windy City vistas. Greens fee: $55-$92 Contact: 312-782-7837,
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Fairwinds Golf Course Fort Pierce, Fla. Jim Fazio's 1991 handiwork resulted in a classic Florida layout, replete with lakes and bunkers. Greens fee: $21-$26 Contact: 772-462-4653, stlucieco.gov/fairwinds